Metalworking & Machining Feature Articles
Metalworking & Machining Feature Articles
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss and NSW Roads Minister Duncan Gay this past Thursday announced the Hunter region's largest road infrastructure project will open ...
Most businesses lodge and pay on time with over 1.3 million BAS lodgements received by the due date for the last quarter.
The federal government's announcement of its intention to amend the Qantas Sale Act to potentially allow increased foreign investment in the airline is one of the hottest topics in the country. This is what a cross-section ...
More than 100 new manufacturing jobs will be created in the Geelong region by the first project to be funded under round one of the Australian and Victorian government's Geelong Region Innovation and Investment Fund (GRIIF). ...
Improvements in production levels and new orders contributed to an easing in the rate of contraction in the latest Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index (Australian PMI).
Planning for timely, accurate BAS lodgement 27/02/2014
"With the next quarterly BAS due on 28 February, Australian businesses need to plan for timely and accurate lodgement, even if there is nothing to report or the business may not be able to pay straight away," according to ...
Australian unions still play a crucial role in monitoring and enforcing employer compliance with labour laws on behalf of workers, new University of Melbourne Law School research has determined.
While the Australian government expressed disappointment last week over Alcoa's decision to close its Point Henry Smelter and two rolling mills, IndustrySearch readers have weighed into the discussion with some thought-provoking ...
The largest tunnel boring machine ever deployed in the Southern Hemisphere has been safely and precisely sent into action using advanced Enerpac synchronous hydraulic technology to tilt, push and, when required, turn the ...
Sculpting new metal polishing frontiers 19/02/2014
Mid last year sculpture artist Geoff Farquhar-Still created a beautiful sculpture outside Scullin shopping centre using tools from 111 Abrasives Australia.
The Australian government shares the disappointment of the Geelong community following Alcoa's decision to close its Point Henry Smelter and two rolling mills, according to Minister for Industry Ian Macfarlane.
Workplace injuries bleeding economy 18/02/2014
Australian businesses could save themselves and the economy up to $30 billion a year if they acted sooner to help injured workers get back in the workforce, according to a recent study.
Safety at work is everyone's responsibility regardless of your department or job title.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is warning those looking online for love not to fall for a scammer.
Drug and alcohol policies like environmental charters are becoming popular documents in many Australian businesses. They show the company is a good corporate citizen that cares for the wellbeing of its staff, customers ...
A positive end to 2013 helped Australia record a strong export performance for the year despite global uncertainties, data released recently by the Australian Bureau of Statistics has shown.
The CEO of one of Australia's most progressive manufacturing companies has urged SMEs in the industry not to rest on their laurels too early in the new government term.
Innovators centre stage at NMW 2014 5/02/2014
Businesses will have direct access to industry leaders at National Manufacturing Week (NMW) in Sydney from 13 – 16 May, through a speaker program running on the exhibition floor throughout the event.
The Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index (Australian PMI) contracted for a third consecutive month in January down slightly by 0.9 points to 46.7 (readings below 50 indicate a contraction ...
The Australian Industry Group's (Ai Group) annual Business Prospects report released Monday (3 February) shows most CEOs expect conditions to remain weak in 2014 although modestly better than in 2013 across manufacturing, ...
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